Renowned French pianist Cédric Tiberghien joins the San Francisco Symphony to play  Ravel and Strauss

Two orchestral innovators tackle the complexities of the human condition: Richard Strauss’s passionate and provocative symphonic poems plumb the psychological depths of his literary sources. Maurice Ravel wrote his dark and intense Piano Concerto for the Left Hand because the Austrian pianist who commissioned it lost his right arm in World War I. The warped and tender waltzes of La Valse are the Frenchman’s response to the dream of Viennese refinement in a murderous age.

Cédric Tiberghien, a French pianist, has built an international career acclaimed for his versatility, diverse repertoire, and dynamic chamber music collaborations. Recent performances and recordings showcase his exploration of new musical avenues, including engagements with renowned orchestras and partners such as Alina Ibragimova and the Chiaroscuro Quartet.

Dates: April 18 matinée at 2pm, 19, & 20 at 7:30pm
Address: Davies Symphony Hall – 201 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco
Get Tickets, Click here


View this profile on Instagram


Cédric Tiberghien (@tiberghienpiano) • Instagram photos and videos

Subscribe to our Newsletter Receive the Latest News from MerciSF

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Inscrivez-vous à notre newsletter pour recevoir les dernières infos de MerciSF

Vous êtes maintenant dans notre base de données et vous recevrez notre newsletter ! Merci